Definition of dynamical in US English:

dynamical

adjective

  • See dynamic

    • ‘In scientific terms we are complex dynamical systems and this fact affects our observational capacity in a very real way.’
    • ‘You know, I'm interested in the the dynamical and self-organizing aspects of this phenomenon as well.’
    • ‘This theory becomes especially interesting when applied to the most sophisticated dynamical system of all - our DNA.’
    • ‘The arrows in the figure show the dynamical behavior of the three-dimensional correlated motion of these three regions.’
    • ‘It has also been observed that solvent, when present, has an important controlling effect on the dynamical transition.’

Pronunciation

dynamical

/dīˈnamək(ə)l//daɪˈnæmək(ə)l/